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    Where was the 5 second call on OSU's last possession?

    It seemed like Clyburn was guarding their guards dribble for about 10 seconds before he made the winning shot.



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    Re: Where was the 5 second call on OSU's last possession?

    we need to get the hell out of this second rate confrence



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    Re: Where was the 5 second call on OSU's last possession?

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    Re: Where was the 5 second call on OSU's last possession?

    That was the same question I asked. OSU got a lot of help from the officials down the stretch.



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    Re: Where was the 5 second call on OSU's last possession?

    I counted 7 to 8 seconds



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    Re: Where was the 5 second call on OSU's last possession?

    If you look at the replay the ref separated 1-2 times. IMO the ref gave Smart way to much love on that last play. The rule is 3-5 feet, but varies per situation and ref. And you are NOT Getting that call on the road in a tie game with under 10 seconds left.



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    Re: Where was the 5 second call on OSU's last possession?

    Quote Originally Posted by HandSanitizer View Post
    If you look at the replay the ref separated 1-2 times. IMO the ref gave Smart way to much love on that last play. The rule is 3-5 feet, but varies per situation and ref. And you are NOT Getting that call on the road in a tie game with under 10 seconds left.
    Well I think if that ref can't take the heat, get the WHAT out the kitchen.



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    Re: Where was the 5 second call on OSU's last possession?

    Quote Originally Posted by HandSanitizer View Post
    If you look at the replay the ref separated 1-2 times. IMO the ref gave Smart way to much love on that last play. The rule is 3-5 feet, but varies per situation and ref. And you are NOT Getting that call on the road in a tie game with under 10 seconds left.
    I agree you don't get that call. But the ref reset the count when Clyburn was still close enough to touch the guy. Total BS.



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    Re: Where was the 5 second call on OSU's last possession?

    Quote Originally Posted by J-Diggy View Post
    I agree you don't get that call. But the ref reset the count when Clyburn was still close enough to touch the guy. Total BS.

    There have been other posts that say it is about how far apart their feet are. That seems kind of dumb because it would be easy for either guy to lean forward and touch the other with their feet 5 feet apart. I think distance apart of torsos would be more appropriate.

    Rux, any explanation of the rules on this one?



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    Re: Where was the 5 second call on OSU's last possession?

    He didn't get the call but that was some pretty good on ball defense up until the screen. I don't know who was guarding Cobbins there but if we would've hedged on the screen we may be having a different conversation.

    Then again, if the refs didn't change the way they called the game for the last 3 minutes and then drop their pants in the last 20 seconds we would be having a different conversation today.



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    Re: Where was the 5 second call on OSU's last possession?

    The officiating was just awful.

    They better put us on the line 50 times Saturday night or there will be blood.



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    Re: Where was the 5 second call on OSU's last possession?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cycsk View Post
    There have been other posts that say it is about how far apart their feet are. That seems kind of dumb because it would be easy for either guy to lean forward and touch the other with their feet 5 feet apart. I think distance apart of torsos would be more appropriate.

    Rux, any explanation of the rules on this one?
    The college and high school rules are different in the area of closely guarded so off the top of my head I cannot help, especially without having seen the play. But I will see what I can find out and get back.

    EDIT: I found out the NCAA rule is now the same as NFHS. "Holding or dribbling in front court at six-foot distance."

    More OT, Women's college is three feet and ONLY when the ball is not being dribbled.


    Last edited by ruxCYtable; 01-31-2013 at 09:29 AM.

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    Re: Where was the 5 second call on OSU's last possession?

    Quote Originally Posted by ruxCYtable View Post
    The college and high school rules are different in the area of closely guarded so off the top of my head I cannot help, especially without having seen the play. But I will see what I can find out and get back.

    EDIT: I found out the NCAA rule is now the same as NFHS. "Holding or dribbling in front court at six-foot distance."

    More OT, Women's college is three feet and ONLY when the ball is not being dribbled.
    Not sure how this wasn't a 5 second call, then. Clyburn was within arm's reach the whole time. I know his arms are long, but damn..



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    Re: Where was the 5 second call on OSU's last possession?

    Quote Originally Posted by CY88CE11 View Post
    Not sure how this wasn't a 5 second call, then. Clyburn was within arm's reach the whole time. I know his arms are long, but damn..
    If his arms are 6 feet long, then I think we should be wondering how he can't dunk it on every possession


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    Re: Where was the 5 second call on OSU's last possession?

    in Highschool the rule distance is followed more closely. I really don't like 6 feet to be honest. Especially in some really small gyms. 6 feet away is not even playing defense. Most Refs understand the situation and its up to the ball handler to watch the refs to make sure he separates to break the count.

    IMO Clyburn had the 5 second call.



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